Tourism in our region

Tourism in our region.



In Carcassonne you travel back in history.

Imagine yourself as a medieval knight or damsel in the middle ages. Carcassonne is a restored walled city from the middle ages, on a hill next to the river Aude. La Cité in Carcassonne has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. There you find many restaurants and terraces. Visit the La Bastide district, which has all the charm of a French provincial town, and stroll through the streets.




Toulouse, a city of contrasts.

Be sure to visit Le Capitole or wander along the Garonne before visiting the most beautiful pipe organ in France in the Saint-Sernin Basilica. Despite all the medieval architecture, Toulouse is a modern city with all kinds of possibilities. Place du Capitole is home to many lively bars and restaurants. Shopaholics can live it up here as well.




Castres and its colourful houses.

In Castres, at only a few minutes from our domain, you can discover the colourful historic houses along the river Agout. The picturesque atmosphere earned the town the nickname “Little Venice of Languedoc”. Castres also has an interesting cultural and religious heritage, such as some city palaces and the fantastic Goya museum. Stroll through the historic centre, with its narrow streets and unique shops. There are markets almost every day, and a traditional market on Saturdays. The city is pleasantly lively with good restaurants and nice terraces. From May to October, there are numerous festivals and numerous events.




Albi, is also called the ‘red city’.

Albi is included in the UNESCO world heritage list and is considered one of the jewels of the South. To taste the atmosphere of the city, you should go through the narrow streets of the historical centre or along the banks of the river Tarn. Admire the historic half-timbered and red brick houses, the Renaissance city palaces and much more. Enjoy a drink on a typical southern French terrace.


Wine region


The most extensive wine region in France.

Our domain is situated in the most extensive wine region of France. You can visit wine estates in the Languedoc and Gaillac, walk through the vineyards and experience wine and harvest festivals. The vintners welcome you to taste the result of their hard work. You can spend a few days following the wine routes that wind through the vineyards. Many of the vineyards have been awarded the ‘Vignobles & Découvertes’ quality label.

Explore the villages on your route and enjoy the scenery. Lovers of good wine will certainly get their money’s worth.




Golf is popular in France.

It is no coincidence that the country hosts the Ryder Cup on occasion. Foreign golfers know where to find the French golf courses which ara well kept. Especially the south of France is popular because of its climate.

In the vicinity of our domain you can find more than 10 golf courses, the most popular of which are in Carcassonne, Albi and Castres. You will be up and running in no time and no air shots!


Other discoveries discover in the area.

  • The Sidobre and its granite rocks
  • Les Cammazes with its dam and Vauban’s vault
  • Lake Lampy
  • The Black Mountains
  • Saint Papoul and its abbey
  • Montolieu book town
  • The caves of Limousis and the gorge of Cabrespine
  • The many markets in the region: Revel, Castres, Puylaurens, Castelnaudary


Discoveries in the vicinity of the domain.

Domaine de Rasigous is situated on the threshold of a vast area where nature and history meet.

  • Cordes-sur-Ciel, medieval town on a rocky outcrop
  • The Canal du Midi
  • The Cathar castles (Lastours, Montségur, Quéribus)

The Domaine de Rasigous also offers other possibilities.

Sports on and along the lake of Saint-Ferréol.
Cycling and hiking in the regional park of Haut Languedoc, mountainbiking, horseback riding.

Domaine de Rasigous
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An oasis of peace, quiet and privacy, centrally located between Carcassonne, Toulouse and Albi.

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